The political game has taken this topic - and has beaten it back into our heads, exaserbating the problem preceding this event. Racial inequality, historically speaking, dramatically influences political elections - but what could possibly be the root of all this talk?
The slave ships didn't sail just for fun. this problem will never go away as long as there are types who live in the past. History has shown those types don't usually last long in the game of evolution.
Civil rights are a real issue, but the topic is also equally a product of a power-grabbing war.
When you find yourself in any blue-collar environment where the infastructure isn't under noticeable stress, there's one amiable trait that trumps all: A hard work ethic.
I don't care what that work ethic is, if it is condusive towards sustenance, and the consumption rate is in balance with the production rate, you have a mutual relationship for yourself with whatever is motivating your action.
I grew up in an area that didn't favor anything more than working hard to get what you want. In quite a multi-ethnic community.
If we want to own up to our history of severe racial inequality, Where are all the high-profile media articles concerning Native American wages in the work force today?